Double defeat for ’Aray
Marine Harvest National Division Glasgow MA 2 Inveraray 1
GLASGOW Mid Argyll go third in the division after beating Inveraray 2-1 at Yoker.
Lewis Montgomery scored midway through the first half, netting for the second successive Saturday, to give Inveraray the lead.
GMA drew level around 10 minutes before the break. Garry Luke played a short corner to Craig Anderson and he ran the ball along the by-line, into the D before hitting it through the keeper’s legs to make it 1-1.
The winning goal came with just 10 minutes remaining. Mark Bain struck a shot from the penalty spot which triggered a goalmouth scramble and Calum Mclay tapped the ball into the net from close range.
GMA now only trail second placed Kilmallie on goal difference with both sides just a point behind leaders Oban Celtic.
Marine Harvest South Div 1 Inveraray 0 Ballachulish 6
BALLACHULISH scored three times in each half to beat the Inveraray seconds at the Winterton.
With Lorne Brown and Morgan Smith in charge of first team affairs at Balla’, their side got off to a tremendous start, taking the lead after just 12 seconds.
Inveraray won the ball from the throwup and pushed forward into the Balla’ half. However, the ball was then cleared to Alan Clark who turned and struck a shot past Inveraray keeper Graham MacPherson to make it 1-0. The goal set the tone for the game.
Alan Clark got his and Balla’s second on 10 minutes. The visitors extended their lead on 34 minutes and it was a hat-trick goal for Alan Clark that did the damage.
Lorne Brown added a fourth just three minutes into the second half. Duncan MacDonald saw his shot saved by Graham MacPherson but Brown pushed the rebound home.
Lorne Brown got his second on 55 minutes.
Inveraray changed their goalkeeper with youngster Gregor Mather replacing Graham MacPherson and Mather made two outstanding saves, denying Duncan MacDonald on both occasions.
A sixth goal arrived with 20 minutes remaining when Duncan MacDonald struck a peach of a shot high into the net past the helpless keeper to make it 6-0.
Neil Campbell of Inveraray, left, gets his block in against Ballachulish.